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and especially from the aurora police department to this incident. i want to thank the u.s. attorney's offense and attorney general's office for their support. with this many victims, we have two concerns. one is providing information that they need and providing resources that they need. we will at this point in time victims should be contacting the aurora police department and they should be looking for resources on the aurora police department website. as the case goes to court next week, they can contact -- we have set up a contact e-mail account so that we can get information out as quickly as possible. we also have resources available on our website and i want to say that the aurora mental health center has agreed to stay open 24 hours a day for this weekend. people may find now and they may have a problem tomorrow. they may have a problem next week. they may have a problem several months down the line, but they should seek some counseling or resources if they've been victims. it's to be expected. if there are financial issues, that should not stop them. they should contact us for financ
, the olympic dream continues for five women who earned a spot to represent the u.s. gymnastics team. how they're peopling about all the pressure. >>> a group of high school kids working at facebook. we'll show you thousand they landeds summer jobes there. >>> and a live look over san jose on monday morning. we'll check that forecast with christina loren. the news at 11:00 s.t.a.r.t.s now. >>> good monday morning, everybody. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm marla tellez. happening right now, closing arguments are under way in the case of a south bay man charged with assaulting a priest who he says abused him as a child. nbc bay area's bob redell is live in san jose with the latest from the courtroom. bob, good morning. snoosh good morning, marla. the prosecution wrapping up, delivering its statement by power point presentation. it will d.a. employed the jury to find will lynch guilty in the assault of father jerry lindner in spite of of the sympathy the jury might have for him. while it's natural to feel bad for lynch who was allegedly sexually assaulted by the priest as a 7-year-old, they can't use tha
for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> good morning, everybody. i'm jon kelly. developing news at this hour. it is mission accomplished for protesters disrupting muni's service in san francisco. dozens of people angry over the death of a fare evader one year ago today. and they managed to stop trains during that morning rush hour. nbc bay area's christie smith has been on this story all morning long. she is now live in san francisco with what is happening right now. christie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. well, demonstrators are on their way to where we are right now, 3rd in the bay view district. they've been winding their way through the streets all morning. this is where the fatal shooting took place that prompted all this. those activists were promising to shut down muni along the way, and they did for nearly an hour this morning at church and dubose streets where nearly three dozen activists blocked the sbrangs to the rail tunnel. commuters had to get on a bus shuttle to get around it while demonstrators said they wanted to draw attention to the profiling of iner city
was screaming and they are both fine, though. my little brother had to actually break the door counsel to get us out because we were just stuck in the room. >> reporter: investigators say at least three people in the black cadillac when it crashed. first plowing through a neighboring lawn but they had fled by the time police arrived. gutierrez is just happy she and her two young kids made it out safely. >> it was really scary. we're glad we're all okay. >> reporter: that's the main point here, of course, that they made it out alive. the car actually crashed and knocked over a gas meter this morning, so the father says he was very nervous. he smelled a lot of gas this morning. he heard the kids screaming and came over and saw they were okay. as for that car, the police say the cadillac was not involved in any sort of chase. now neighbors did say that they saw three people run out of here, two people running down bell avenue, a guy going down cooley. police did find the car was registered in alameda. as for the gutierrez family, they did take the baby to stanford clinic to make sure everything is
accept that. >> reporter: during the trial, hans reiser chose to represent himself using the defense that he murdered his wife to protect his children from them. it should be noted that he is already in jail for the criminal conviction of their murder. his 11-year-old daughter and 12-year-old son right now are living with family in russia. we spoke with their attorney earlier who mentioned that he has not been keeping them apprised of everything that's been going on in the trial because their father has not been admitting to the crime or at least owning up to his responsibility in their words, they've been keeping them out of the loop because of their age. we imagine, though, there will be a phone call going on somewhat soon from the united states overseas to let them know this latest judgment against, a $60 million judgment against hans reiser for the murder of his wife. that award being awarded to his children. the question is does he have that -- does he have that money. the children's attorney believes he might have a considerable amount of wealth. is it $60 million he's not sure
>>> good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm jon kelly. >> i'm marla tellez. breaking news in san francisco. right now, firefighters are on the scene of a deadly two-alarm fire at an apartment complex right next to st. mary's cathedral. nbc bay area's bob redell joins us live from the intersection of cleary court and laguna street with the very latest for us. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. one person is dead, the fire is now out, and the medical examiner has just arrived at the scene of the bottom of cathedral hill. you can see the two ladder trucks with the san francisco fire department. they're in position to make sure nothing else were to flare up. the fire took place in a three-story apartment building to the right of those ladder trucks. one of our colleagues, a photographer, robert wellington, happened to be outside this apartment building when it started around 9:30 this morning. coincidentally on a different story assignment unrelated to this. at first he thought it was steam or perhaps san francisco fog rolling in. but within about
cartney will close singing "hey jude" and ask the audience to join him. mariel zagunis carries the flag for the u.s., an honor she says is surreal. >> absolutely incredible, so speechless. i'm probably going to cry. >> reporter: around olympic park there's plenty for the public to see and do. >> it needs to go under! >> reporter: workers are putting the finishing touches on the park and competition venues including te ing thing the aqua where michael phelps could win more medals than any other olympian in history. phelps not feeling the pressure. >> this is the closure and it's really how many toppings do i want on my sundae and that's what i'm doing. >> reporter: archery is the only sport happening today. security is tight. fbi agents are helping the british soldiers keep the olympics secure. this 265-pound wrestler joked maybe he should be on the security team. >> usually i'm my own security. i don't know. all you guys should feel safe because i'm here. >> reporter: the olympic torch is here welcomed by the royals thursday. it arrives at the stadium tonight. so, here are your olympics by the numb
of july, we'll show you the high technology that law enforcement will use tonight to make sure you keep it safe and legal. i'm bob redell. i'll have that story coming up. >>> right now we give you a live look out over oakland on this july 4th. happy independence day. going to enjoy fireworks tonight? we hope so. the news at 11:00 starts right now. >>> good morning, everybody on this independence day. glad you're here with us. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm marla tellez. we begin with breaking news out of san francisco. a body found in the water along the embarcardero. now, police now trying to determine if it's that missing baseball fan. nbc bay area's christie smith is live at the scene. christie, what's the latest throughout? >> reporter: well, certainly that's the answer that everyone wants to know at this hour. is this the missing man that family and friends have been looking for who may have fallen into the bay after a giants game? what we do know is that the body of a male adult was pulled out right here along the embarcardero near howard street just before 8:00 this morning. and a man jo
>>> good morning, everybody. very happy could stop by and join us. i'm jon kelly. >> i'm marla tellez. we begin with developing news in the east bay. a young couple is dead after an early morning fire in pleasant hills. it happened at the briar apartments on donegal court. nbc bay area's bob redell has been at the scene all morning live. bob, the fire department says this fire was survivable. that was the case, huh? >> reporter: yes. good morning to you, marly. the fire department said the two young people who were killed here early this morning could have survived this fire if they had a working smoke detector. a young cup who will had recently moved in with each other, both in their early 30s, died along with one of their pets when their unit caught fire around 3:00 this morning at the briars apartments. the fire department can't tell us the smoke detector did not go off because it needed new batteries or it was nonexistent. based on where the bodies were found, it does appear the couple did try to escape their second-floor bedroom, but they died before gettinging out of that
forecast with christina loren. the news at 11:00 starts now. >> good morning and thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> good morning, everybody. i'm jon kelley. we start with breaking news in the east bay where an oil refinery in newark has been evacuated because of a super heated oil leak. emergency crews right now on scene at the evergreen oil refinery just off mallory avenue. officials telling us there is no danger and everything should be back to normal very, very soon. >>> one of the worst nightmares a parent can face is unfolding in alameda, a car crash involving six teenagers, none old enough to drive. but now the 15-year-old driver is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries. the scene playing out on the 800 block of island drive near garden road. that's where nbc bay area's christie smith is now live for us with the details. christie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. well, island drive is back open this morning on this side. it was closed for quite some time after a 15-year-old teen e teenaged driver hit a tree and the car spun around. you can
francisco. good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. it was a holiday week that should have meant an easy commute, well, it was far from it. people head from san francisco to oakland this thing was not even close to being smooth out there. nbc christy smith is joining us with details on a shooting on the bay bridge that stalled the traffic for eight hours. how are things looking now? >> all lanes of the lower deck of the bay bridge are back open after a mess of the morning commute even those this is a reverse commute direction it had quite an impact. ramps like this one were at a stand still after a crash, a shooting, an investigation, as you said lasted over eight hours. the chp says the driver in this car lost control and slammed into the side rail of the lower deck of the bay bridge. this is around 1:30 morning. officers say they actually spotted the driver speeding. he blew right past them and officers were trying to hard to catch up with that driver but by the time they did, they say the driver had already past the s-cu
. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> good morning, everybody. i'm jon kelly. new at 11:00, as marla mentioned, we are getting our first look at video of the man accused of carrying out one of the worst mass shootings in u.s. history. in just the past few hours, 24-year-old james holmes appearing in a colorado courtroom looking dazed and confused and also just staring out into space. the 15-minute proceeding was to advise him of charges including murdering 12 people and injuring nearly 60 others. we will be having more of this court appearance coming up in just a few moments from right now. >>> but first the president visiting the bay area once again. >> yes. the president is scheduled to leave sfo in about 25 minutes from now. his motorcade in route as he speak. we have live team coverage for you. nbc bay area's mike inouye is monitoring the traffic situation, any backups. first we go to christie smith live at sfo. christie, a very hectic day for the president. he'll actually return to the bay area in just a couple of hours, huh? >> reporter: yeah. it is a different kin
>>> good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm jon kelly. >> i'm marla tellez. we begin with breaking news in san bruno. fire trucks are still at the scene of a two-alarm fire. we do have a live look right now at the scene. this is the 100 block of lake drive just west of 280 ne. still an active scene with plenty of fire trucks in place. neighbors say construction workers in this area heard the sirens and came running to help. we're told a 2-year-old was trapped inside and suffered life-threatening injuries. >> first people started coming out of the house, and the workers from the construction site over here, there's a construction site here, and the workers from the construction site were in the house and doing what they could do assist. as far as i can tell, the workers from this construction site are heroes. >> we are told the a firefighter was also hurt and take on the hospital. his condition is not known. neighbors tell us it is did i feel to see any damage to the home, but the smell of smoke is evident. we will continue to follow developments and bring you more jus
:00 starts right now. >>> good morning and thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> good morning, everybody. i'm jon kelley. we have breaking news to tell you about out of the east bay. a gravel spill right now affecting southbound mike is here with latest. >>> 880 southbound, like jon said, at broadway. word of a gravel spill earlier this morning, didn't sound like a big deal. it's covering three lanes now. chp says all southbound lanes are stopped at broadway. that means you have an alternate, though, if you're coming off the bay bridge or out of the east shore freeway out of the berkeley area. you can take 580 away and take 90 back down to 880, connecting you back onto the roadway there. there's also the fact that the traffic will be allowed on 580 for big rigs. that's going to change things up a little bit as far as the flow coming off of the maze and it may add to congestion out of oakland. southbound 8 l 80 closed at broadway because of a gravel spill. the sweeper should arrive soon. we'll bring you significant updates as they come in. >> thank you very much. >>> we are fol
tells us it's going to be cool today, starting to rise heading towards the weekend. the news at 11:00 starts right now. >>> good morning, everybody. thank you very much for joining us. i'm jon kelly. >> i'm marla tellez. we begin with breaking news that's happening right now in san francisco. all this information brand new in our newsroom. we're getting word of an officer-involved shooting in san francisco. this is at washington and davis. a block off the embarcardero right by the embarcardero center. we're told auflszers responding -- were responding to reports of a stabbing at pier 17 and then they found the suspect at washington and davis. now, we understand that suspect has been shot and is now heading to the hospital. we are still gathering information and we have a crew on the way to the scene. again, this is all happening in san francisco right near the embarcardero center at washington and davis street. we will bring you more information just as soon as we get it. >> also happening right now, strange but true, an invasion of zombies to go along with a little michael jackson
from a virus. nbc bay area's jeane elle shows us how you can fix the problem. >> reporter: like many of us, maria teresa uses the internet a lot. come monday, some of us may have trouble logging on. for six months the fbi has been protecting computers infected with malicious software that changes the way your computer searches. the computers were hijacked by criminals. infected computers direct users to sites they aren't looking for. the fbi says scammers made tons of money on ads they posted on those sites. >> absolutely brilliant what these guys were doing. they had found a way to tap into one of the most lucrative sources of money on the internet, and that's online advertising. >> the fbi is turning the protects off. if your computer has the malware, you won't be able to get online. teresa hopes she's in the clear. she recently installed spyware. >> just recently, but i kind of realized it. gets most viruses but that doesn't mean there aren't a few. >> reporter: to make sure, go to dcwg.org for a checkup. max cantor says he ran the test. >> i knew it was acting funny. but it didn'
in the u.s. here's what we know. he has no known medical conditions. but his passport is missing. he may be in possession of a glok .9 millimeter handgun. if you know his whereabouts call the police department. >>> family members for 18-year-old allen blueford are gathering in front of the alameda county coroner's office right now and demanding the release of the coroner's report and they also want the officer who shot blueford fired and prosecuted. blueford was shot and killed after allegedly pointing a weapon at officers who were trying to arrest him in may. >>> this week, a sheriff's deputy is called a hero for saving a little baby's life. san mateo sergeant was four blocks away when he got a phone call of a 1-year-old who was not breathing. antonio had gone into a seizure on sunday during a backyard barbecue at his north fair's oaks home. when the officer arrived he flipped the boy on the stomach and patting him on his back. antonio happily started breathing again and his parents say, yes, elzi is a hero. >> people say you're a hero. i don't consider myself a hero. i am doing my job
's expected to be a large crowd here at the fountain later today. are you used to the heat. >> yeah. it's pretty hot all the time. >> reporter: what do you do to deal with it? >> i have a pool so i'm taking care of it. >> reporter: you'll be swimming later today? >> definitely. >> reporter: what are you going to do to stay cool? >> drink a lot of water, hydrate. >> reporter: a lot of heavy lifting. >> maybe take a nab. >> reporter: your boss okay with that? >> absolutely. >> reporter: a hot cup of coffee? >> yeah. the heat hasn't started yet. >> reporter: she's absolutely right about that. the morning is still cool out, but by the afternoon as i mentioned temps could peak in the low hundreds, forcing more people to head for the shade, especially in the east bay. many hillsides in the bay area are already dry. this hot spell only makes it worse. hence the reason the cdf has raised its fire level danger to high in places like the lexington reservoir. the bay area air quality management district has called for a spare-the-air day to combat the high levels of unhealthy air that's expected.
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